Poor health isn’t just a result of individual choice. A program at Washington University in St. Louis teaches first-year medical students how the city’s environment shapes well-being.
After a Missouri law took effect on Monday, the wage floor in the city was reduced to $7.70 per hour after three months at $10 per hour—the latest case of a state cracking down on a city that had enacted a progressive policy.
NASA has crunched the numbers on probable cloud cover and revealed the best places to watch the August 21 cosmic spectacle.
America’s smaller cities are winning people back with an explosion of new residential and entertainment options. Now they need to get serious about private sector job growth—and tech isn’t the silver bullet.
A new exhibition, curated by the artist Glenn Ligon, interrogates the various meanings of the colors, from solemnity to racial justice.
“Riots occur because these police killings just keep happening, no matter how many peaceful marches happen. It is, in every sense, maddening.”
People can line up to rinse off in a truck making its way through St. Louis.
He’s proposing the idea in the dubious name of safety.
Officials remain on alert for more of the swelling waters causing damage and death in the central U.S.
An indoor, vertical Disneyland nearly went up in Missouri.
They’ve been languishing for a long time but are finally becoming sites of urban intervention.
The release of an emergency plan in case of “a catastrophic event” has locals understandably on edge.
The activists behind the project aimed for a comprehensive national snapshot of police violence.
In a weird twist, the swarm itself resembles a huge butterfly.
Indian doctors and engineers are settling in the Midwestern city's suburbs, helping offset decades of population decline.
Rust Belt cities like St. Louis want to attract more immigrants, but few are integrating into African-American neighborhoods.
As the Justice Department probes the police crisis in Ferguson, leaders must also look at racial biases in the probation system.
The department is part of a federal program that distributes hundreds of millions of dollars of surplus military equipment to civilian police forces across the U.S.
The shooting of the unarmed 18-year-old by police on Saturday is part of a long history of violence toward African Americans in the Midwestern city.
Comparing the Motor City's manufacturing woes to the rest of the region.